boise state ryan clady and miami

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  1. idaho

    idaho Seasoned Veteran

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    There is a story in Boise that Ryan Clady's agent and the big tuna have had several discussions about Clady after his pro day workout. Ryan Clady is definitely not even first round pick material. And that comes from a die hard Boise State Fan. What it could mean is that Tuna may have some trade down options and is looking at what is left at the botton of the first round dr

    "I've had multiple conversations with (Miami Dolphins' boss Bill) Parcells about the first pick," Dye said. "I'm not saying they're going to do it, but the fact that he's being discussed in that realm tells you how people think about him."
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    I definatly don't agree with the Not first round pick material. KB,Boomer,and CK like him more than Jake Long, and Clady definatly should be a top 15 pick.
     
  3. miami234ever

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    Do you mean he is not first OVERALL material? But yea, that is very interesting. Clady seems like a nice prospect...hopefully we can trade down and grab him & also get extra value.
     
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    IMO Clady is the best tackle and is a top 5 pick.
     
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    i would like Clady if we could get him just not for the first pick overall
     
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    Here's what NFLDraftCountdown says:

    nfldraftcountdown.com
     
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    X-Pacolypse A True Fan

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    Not first round material? Clady is definately first round material! I look at him, and I see a guy that you can put at the LT spot at his first mini-camp, and a guy who won't reliquinsh that spot until the day he hangs up his cleats. Yeah, he's gonna be good.
     
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    interesting. I love the guy...was really high on him until he tore his pec in the combine. I mean...after only 23? did he forget the proper form or something? or was he simply not strong enough to continue and over did it? ill be honest that this scares me...(scouts say his weakness is upper body) we know how poor upper body can be taken advantage of (weve watched jason taylor own these guys for a decade) so Im definitely hesitant at this point.


    I sent him a msg. on facebook mid-season last yr when Randy Mueller was in town scouting him. Hes a classy guy.
     
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    I was thinking something along the same lines about his strength, and especially how one translates that to a man blocking scheme, since I know his team used the zone blocking scheme.
     
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    I have seen over 100 mock drafts and Clady's in the top ten in 90+% of them. Where does these people come up with these remarks?
     
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    BTW I'd love to find a way to trade down and pickup Clady that would be money.
     
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    Quotes from a very delusional agent, not on his best day is he No overall.

    Torn pec? for a guy who had to stronger? ugh...no thanks maybe the third.
     
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    Yes...Clady is so good...he hurt himself lifting weights at the combine...O'Brother. Another finese LT.
     
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    I wonder if the injury will cause him to fall to the second round. I wonder how serious a torn pec is?
     
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    um, hello, if dude tore his pecs, you can hang it up. Billy searchin for another steal in round 4 or somethin.
     
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    Ever heard of Rodrique Wright?
     
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    I watch everygame and I maynot be a nfl scout but I know 100s of fans and no one thinks clady is a first rounder. He gets beat outside alot. He is big but I am not sure how strong he is. I would say he is soft. I maybe wrong but he would not be my 1st round pick.
     
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    These people have watch the kid play every game he has played at Boise. He may have good size and speed but I have seen him lit up by alot of speed rushers in his career. One game against Hawaii the whole line got owned by some marginal defensive linemen. He is good at holding.

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    Clady ran a 5.18 40....31 inch Vert...and a 1.81 10 yd at his Pro-day.
     
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    Here is the Link to the story:

    http://www.idahostatesman.com/1256/story/313661.html

    Here are some other quotes:

    The Carolina Panthers sent five officials, including head coach John Fox. And it isn't because Boise is lovely this time of year. The Chicago Bears are sending head coach Lovie Smith next week for a private workout.

    Carolina picks No. 13 in the first round. Chicago selects 14th.

    "Some teams are like, 'We're probably not going to be able to get you.' Teams in the 20s say that to me," Clady said.

    Carolina and Chicago might be saying that soon.

    The Kansas City Chiefs, who select fifth, need an offensive tackle. Their representative told Dye that Clady "did nothing but impress" Monday.
     

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